I'm 34 years old and am about to begin my first cycle with the ovulation drug clomid. I'm a type 2 diabetic, have PCOS, and I have PSVT. I take Byetta, metformin, and metoprolol. I have been working with my Dr. for about 18 months to loose weight (I've lost over 60 lbs), get my blood sugar under control (my last 2 AICs were normal), and get medically ready to have a child. Last week he told us he feels comfortable with my heath for my husband and I to try to get pregnant. Because of my PCOS I only have one ovary he feels I can ovulate through and so he's prescribed Clomid.
I've been told there's a slight increase in the possibilty with twins on Clomid. I think from what I've read it's about 10% more than someone not on Clomid. I can't seem to find any information about PSVT and a pregnancy with twins. We've been trying to have a baby for about 5 years now and for the first time in a very long time I have real hope that this may happen. But I'd like to know if there's any increased risk of PSVT complications with twins. My OBGYN wasn't sure when I asked him, but he's also looking into it for me.
Thank you so much!
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